Christine Stewart, PT, CMPT graduated from Kansas State University in 1992 and went on to pursue her master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Kansas Medical Center graduating in 1994. She began her career specializing in orthopedics and manual therapy then became interested in women’s health after the birth of her second child.
Christine developed her pelvic health practice in a local hospital with a focus on urinary incontinence and prolapse. She left the practice in 2010 to work at Olathe Health to further focus on pelvic rehabilitation for all genders and obtain her CMPT from the North American Institute of Manual Therapy. She completed Diane Lee’s Integrated Systems Model education series in 2018. Her passion is empowering patients through education and treatment options for the betterment of their health throughout their lifespan. She enjoys speaking to physicians and to community-based organizations on pelvic health physical therapy.
Christine has been part of the Herman & Wallace faculty since 2017. She recently developed and authored a two-day course entitled Menopause Transitions and Pelvic Rehab. She is an avid runner who loves to hike through National parks with her family.